Remember them? Checking in on how former area players are doing in the USFL
The second iteration of the USFL is at the midway point of its first season. Several players in the league have area ties, having played with the Jaguars or at a local high school. Check in on how those players are performing.
What did we learn from rookies in Jaguars minicamp this week?
A minicamp like this one is a glorified walkthrough and really not a time to learn much about these players and what they could contribute to the team. But with a new coaching staff in place, this is the first peak at how they plan to use some of the rookie class.
Fleming Island flag football team enjoying the ride to 1st state semifinal
Fleming Island (16-1) is the final local team standing in the flag football state playoffs. Their next task is a daunting one when they face off with Davie Western (17-0) in the Class 2A state semifinals on Friday night at Mandarin.
Josh Lambo sues Jaguars over hostile work environment created by Urban Meyer: report
Former Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo is suing the team and seeking his full salary for last season, plus damages for emotional distress following his accusation of being kicked by former coach Urban Meyer, according to a report from the Tampa Bay Times.
All-News4JAX boys wrestling: Garrett Tyre took the tough road to being the best
Garrett Tyre was in a bad place. The Clay High School wrestler had all the potential to be one of the program’s top grapplers but fell into the rut of life. A year later, Tyre, the All-News4JAX wrestler of the year, completely turned things around.
Georgia High School Association blocks transgender athletes from playing sports that conform with their gender identity
High school athletes in Georgia will now have to compete in sports based on their gender assigned at birth, the state’s governing body of athletics unanimously voted on Wednesday afternoon.